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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    I agree 4 hrs is good. Have they tried getting her to sleep yet?

    Toni are u able to get some zofran from the Gp for your nausea? It's really good but pricey even in generic tablet form rather than the branded wafers!
    On Thursday they got her to have 30 min nap and today a 30 min nap. Both of these she would usually have at home. We're back there 2:00 on Thursday. She usually has a 1.5 to 2 hr nap around 2:30, so we'll see how they go with that one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Toni that's understandable you don't want to take anything. Hopefully it'll pass soon. How many weeks are u now or don't you know til the dating scan?
    I think I'm 7w2d but will know for sure next week



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    Just had to share. My daycare mum sent me this photo of River which reminded me of one of my baby photos :-)

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    Chelsea, River and Meadow are just delightful. So very, very cute. I am loving all these photos...keep them coming, girls! I would just like to stress that I do actually change my doona cover regularly (the backdrop of Lucy's latest photos). She is very hard to photograph at the moment...every time I wave my camera-phone at her she just looks at it blankly!! How do you girls get such lovely candid pictures?

    This afternoon I noticed a little "toothy-peg" coming up from the bottom!! It wasn't there yesterday, so clearly there is action on the teething front. She was very grumpy this afternoon, and a little flushed, so I gave her some paracetamol. Also gave her a rusk to chomp on, which she did with much delight!!

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    Toni...remind me when your first scan is?
    J x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    I think I'm 7w2d but will know for sure next week



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    Exciting

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    Sienna loves my phone and smiles as soon as I point it at her.

    7 months today. Totally engrossed in tv and didn't care what I was doing

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    Wow...look at her sitting up, clever girl! Lucy cannot do that, and she is 8.5 months. Not sure if I should be worried...

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    I have her unicorn strategically placed behind her for when she falls.

    My SIL's twins couldn't sit at 9 months and they sent them to a physio. She said to sit them in laundry baskets with toys in front of them, to encourage them to sit. That's what I've been doing with Sienna. My mum had been harping on about how she should have been sitting at 6 months (no idea what she bases that on)

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    I was wondering what was behind her!
    Lucy sits alot in the Bumbo, and I am wondering if that is discouraging her to establish her core strength. I don't have one of those "old-fashioned" laundry baskets, so may have to improvise...
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